- Real Calendar.
Simply you can write on it as you do on your desktop calendar. You can define agenda, write a note, give a title, and mark with emoji characters on it.
- View all the items without boundaries.
The calendar adjusts its display boundaries to accommodate all the items it contains. And no borders of screen exist between the calendar units, you can scroll freely as time just flows without any articulation.
- From the big picture to small details.
Some calendars display only the fixed amount of items to show the big picture at a glance. But they also display the details for the selected item.
- User-configurable and experimental features.
The option settings are provided for the calendars with unique experimental features.
- Everyday things.
Not just simple title and date, you can record almost all the items available on the smart device - photos, document, voice record, memo, website, phone, email, SMS, location, participant.
- All-X things.
There are all-day things like Christmas. But we believe that there exist also all-week, all-month, all-quarter, and all-year things like 'See you next week' or 'Do something on May'. You can manage these all-x things with this application.
- Heavy-duty and full-featured.
10+ daily schedules that repeat forever, 100+ weekly, monthly and yearly ones, 50+ subscribed calendars. This application was tested and optimized in that situation.
Don't afraid of gathering all the information you want. Your information is always synced seamlessly with iCalendar, Reminder, Google Calendar, Google Task and iCloud.
- Scheduling Calendar.
You can organize things with user-definable contexts, categories and tags. All the events and tasks can have sub-folders as much levels as you want.
You can design a complex schedule like one, which repeats in every other year on 1st Monday and the last Sunday of April, May and December for next 10 occurrence with excluding some instances among them.
This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.
This V3.4 Update improves UI for responsiveness, legibility, and performance.
* Re-designed the whole UI for legibility improvement.
* All the contents are responsive according to the text size settings.
* Drag & drop operations improved: include all the contents, and applicable across the calendar units.
* Far east (Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese) lunar calendar support.
* Italian translation.
Ratings and Reviews
Exam Your App Creation
The Alarm does not WORK!!!!
How am I supposed to test?
Has some great features, good to create repetitive events but crashes a lot! The calendar feature doesn't even open, the app just freezes. There's no way to decide buying the payed version.
This powerhouse, hybrid Task-Calendar goes for the gold.
As far as the other reviewer talking about the app "crashing" and the calendar not opening, I have no idea what they are talking about. I've used this app for over a month now and have had no such problems. In fact, if one reads the rigors (the data stress-tests) the programmers placed on this program during its testing phase, you can understand why this application is so very good at NOT crashing!
[Note: I now own the full-upgraded version of Schelanders...]
I've tried out and played around with many, many task-planning and scheduling apps. In particular, I've always been most interested in apps that strived to combine the two functions in an effective manner. There haven't been many apps out there that have successfully done so, IMO. [The app "Task & Cal" comes to mind, but that one falls down in the Task area, with it's over-dependence on color-codings to categorize tasks.]
Schelanders is looking to take the gold medal in the area of calendar-view choices. The calendar "views" (viewing variations or time slices) are so clear and comprehensible, it's well worth considering downloading the free version of this app, simply to gain access to them (using the free app as a 'second calendar' in addition to your usual one). The calendar syncs with iCal and gCal so it will likely operate seamlessly with your current setup. Note: there are more view-choices/flexibility with the paid version.
The Task-planning section is straightforward, yet it offers a wealth of categorization and scheduling choices. Examples include categorization by: Folder, Context, Tags, Priority, and what I call "stage of action" (in process, etc). You can use as many or as few of the categorization filters as you wish. The user interface is cleverly designed and the taps flow along speedily -- i.e. I didn't feel bogged down in the process of categorizing different tasks. Kudos to the programmer(s) on this.
As a final note, this program isn't overly complex, but it has depth! Expect to play around / practice with it for while. After you find out "what tap does what", you'll start to see the beautiful, customizable, and speedy potential of this bar-raising application.
My thanks to the programmer(s) / author(s) for designing this app. The app store needed it, in my opinion!
The developer, Jung Labs, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.
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- WOO SICK JUNG
- 119.3 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
English, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- © Jung Labs
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.